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Highlights from 2014

National Leadership Forum 2016
Registration Now Open!
June 23-24, 2016 – Atlanta, GA

Theme:

Leaders At Every Level – The Secrets of Developing a Culture of Leadership

Most schools and organizations need more and better leaders. Many suffer from a dearth of quality leaders—people who know how to bring out the best in staff and students. They fail because they’ve not created a leadership pipeline. The surest way to create a leadership pipeline is to develop a culture of leadership on campus. In short, we must build leaders at every level.

In the 2016 National Leadership Forum, we offer speakers who will guide you in cultivating a pipeline of leaders in your organization. Our Forum targets educational leaders who are decision makers in their organization. We welcome you and your team to join us.

This Forum is recommended for:

  • University Presidents and Vice Presidents
  • University Deans
  • High School Principals
  • Directors of Programs
  • Employers of Young People
  • Executive Level Leaders of Youth Organizations

“The NLF has filled some gaps for me going into a new academic year. The participant mix of K-12, higher ed and collegiate athletics is fitting and inspiring. I enjoyed the message and the materials for implementation. Thank you!”

Becky Barker – 2014 Attendee
Director of Leadership and Volunteerism, University of Oklahoma

“The National Leadership Forum was fun, engaging and challenging. Tim and his team do a phenomenal job putting on a great event for those serving the next generation. I was challenged in ways I didn’t expect, and came away with things I will never forget. Thanks.”

Sterling Brown – 2014 Attendee
Director of Character Development, Kennesaw State University Athletics

“The National Leadership Forum will transform you. It will be the conference to which you compare all other conferences. You will forever be changed as an educator. It is a forum that builds bridges between educators and the generation they serve.”

Tracey Miller – 2014 Attendee
K-12 Administrator

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